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This past week, from Oct.10–16, was International OCD Awareness Week—a week I never thought would have any significance for me. However, after beginning college, my struggle with mental health and anxiety heightened, and I sought out resources to help me cope with all the things I was feeling. Through therapy and a lot of support I realized what I had been struggling with my whole life, but that I was never able to understand, was obsessive-compulsive disorder or OCD.
Social Justice_Maine Campus-2021-10-25
Jackson, Sydney, "OCD is not an adjective" (2021). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 846.
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